A $7.3 million bond referendum for the Glidden-Ralston Community School District failed in Tuesday’s elections, with the majority of voters casting ballots against the measure. The question to voters was to authorize the district to issue General Obligation bonds to finance classroom improvements, a secure entrance installation, and other infrastructure improvements. The referendum required a supermajority to pass but missed that mark by a significant margin, with only 47.3 percent of voters supporting its approval. Four candidates filed for the two open positions on the Glidden-Ralston School Board. Michael Schulze collected the most votes with 321, and Todd Koehler took the other seat with 226 votes. Jeffrey Walkup tallied 170 votes, and Steven Kendall had 78. Results from Tuesday’s city/school elections are unofficial until canvassed by the respective county boards of supervisors. Results from all local elections are included below.